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Point of View (African American Women) #190795

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Feb 27, 2000
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) The point of view of a generation of young black women and the photographer who compiled their story presented. [Photographer Julian OKWU, veterinarian April LeBLANC, engineer Ayana GOORE, president/CEO Heather HILES, executive assistant Erikka HARLEY, publicist Tamara GOODMAN, health policy analyst Crystal HAYLING, author Meri DANQUAH - talk about perceptions of and reactions to young black women and their culture and ethnicity and about black men and racial stereotypes.]

Simpson, Carole

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